Posted On: 09/23/18 8:00 AM

Emerson, GA – Georgia’s Prep Hoops Top 250 exposure camp tipped off yesterday at the famous Lakepoint Sports Academy in Cartersville, GA. The top 250 camp features some of Georgia’s top sleeper prospects and prospects who do not receive as much national or local attention. Below I have listed a few kids who stoodout more than others yesterday afternoon. 


2021 PG Broc Bidwell – West Forsyth High School 

The 5-foot-8 point guard started his camp off with an eye opening game once things began. Broc can be characterized as a do it all type of point guard. After a good summer with Team Tuff (GA) in the silver Adidas Gauntlet, Bidwell started to receieve more and more exposure as he should. He is an electrifying point guard who I think is best when in transition. He has pure vision and always keeps his head up to find teammates. Broc is a great shooter as well and is able to penetrate the lane and attack the basket. 


2021 F Jonothan Kuminga – Lincoln Prep Academy

Hands down Jonothan Kuminga was the best player at the Top 250 camp yesterday. The Hunington Prep transfer recently enrolled at Lincoln Academy and is part of a loaded roster. Kuminga is also one of the best players in the country and currently ranks #6 in his class according to ESPN. The New York native showed why he is considered a top-10 player in the class of 2021. The 6-foot-7 forward literally owned the paint all camp long. He was able to make his was inside and either finish or draw contact. Jonothan is a future pro and can arguably be the #1 player in his class. He is a passionate and competitive player and we should expect a huge season out of him this year. 


2019 PG Michaiah Jeremiah – Holy Spirit Prep 

Michaiah Jeremiah has improved his body over the last year or so and looks like a totally different player from his junior year. The 6-foot-1 point guard is in for a big senior year with Holy Spirit Prep, a program that holds nationally known 2020 SG Anthony Edwards. Jeremiah is a strong point guard who will give you energy and hustle on both ends of the floor. He showed his athleticism yesterday during the camp and showed that he can finish in traffic. 


2019 F Jaylen Bates – North Atlanta High School 

I loved the energy this kid bought to his team during yesterday’s camp. The 6-foot-5 forward Jaylen Bates was one of the best and powerful finishers yesterday. He was able to show his skillsets in the half court and in the open floor. Bates was a beast around the basket and that is where he got most of his buckets. Jaylen is bouncy and was also one of the best on ball defenders that I noticed yesterday.